Ex-world champion Toni Kroos by Real Madrid looks great respect for the quarterfinals in the football royal class against FC Chelsea.
“It’s the current Champions League winner, so it’s hardly heavier,” said the 32-year-old in his podcast “Just Time Loupes” in conversation with Brother Felix with a view of the next round: “There is hardly a bigger one Brocken. We are well advised to look at us. If we are good, then much is possible. We have to look that we are very good, because we will have to be in the semifinals. “
Real Madrid had prevailed in the secondary final against Paris Saint-Germain and solved the ticket for the round of the best eight.
In the first leg, in its own stadium on 12 April, initially the first duel with the FC Chelsea around Trainer Thomas Tuchel. “It has probably not wanted any paris in the second round, it probably wished in the quarterfinals no Chelsea,” Kroos said, “But that’s the way we accept that.”